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We crunched in to find some crisp, tasty, mildly crunch chips with a very sweet, though not particularly strong, tomato flavor. Nobody could quite figure out what was "atomic" about this particular tomato taste, but people still liked the taste a lot.
As stated above I originally made this recipe in 2016. It has brought in a good amount of traffic the fast few years, around August through September, and sometimes part of October. People are looking for ways to use up all those grape tomatoes that are abundant in their gardens.
However, to change the URL of a post messes with google, and SEO rankings, and all that really important stuff that helps a food blog be successful. And when you get right down to it, a salsa is made from tomatoes and some other flavorful veggies, and eaten with a tortilla chip for dipping.
Sweet, fresh grape tomatoes that have been marinating with cilantro, onion, jalapeno, garlic, and lime juice. Once you dip a salty, crunchy tortilla chip into this fresh grape tomato salsa, you will be addicted.
All of our chips are cooked in peanut oil. Flavors include Maui Onion Chips, Sea Salt and Vinegar, Cracked Pepper and Sea Salt, Funk Fusion, Mesquite BBQ, Sea Salted, Sour Cream and Onion, Jalapeño, and Sriracha Honey.
I was just reading the foods you're addicted to thread, and I thought about some foods that aren't made anymore that I miss.One certain thing I miss is those Atomic Tomato chips. Especially the ones with the extra flavour packets. I think Samboy makes them.I also miss those Thins Light & Tangy chips.. A flavour of chips that has more recently gone missing, but I don't miss them that much yet.I'm not sure if I remember the taste anymore, it was so long ago, but I think Red Seal chips were pretty good.Anyone else
Yeah theres some weird chupa chup combos that I haven't been able to find here for a long time, something as simple as cola.On the topic of chips there's some cheese salsa ones that used to be around 10 or so years ago, I miss them.And another, it is still available I just haven't been able to find it again, I can't remember the brand but it was mustard flavoured pretzels. They were beautiful
1. Chocolate dessert biscuits from Arnotts. I went looking for them about 6 months ago after not having had them for ages and discovered they seem to have been discontinued.2. years ago you used to get the reasonably hard choc flavoured rippled biscuit with a white mint coating on the top them. It wasn't quite an icing. Probably also Arnotts.3. thinking back about 40 years. A hot musk lolly. They were the size of a standard biscuit (original wagon wheel size) and a bit thicker than a hot peppermint. They were also hard like a hot peppermint. Sort of pinkish colour. I remember mum used them as decorative wheels on a steam roller birthday cake she made from my friends little brother. I adored them and as I got lollies rarely as a kid they were a special treat. 4. Those vegemite flavoured nibblie biscuits from Arnotts or nabisco i think i don't miss them heaps but they weren't too bad.5. Didn't know the light and tangy chips weren't around anymore. I'd only ever eaten them when we'd bought a packet of mixed chips for teh kids and they got left over. they were quite nice, espec if you'd had a few drinks.
I also miss those Thins Light & Tangy chips.. A flavour of chips that has more recently gone missing I didn't know they'd gone, but I liked those too.One that's been gone for a while, but I miss: Dr Pepper.
One certain thing I miss is those Atomic Tomato chips. Especially the ones with the extra flavour packets. I think Samboy makes them. oh god I miss those too!!! I was upset when I went shopping one day and couldnt find tomato flavoured chips any more.... anywhere....
Things I miss from my childhood in the UK.Dandelion and Burdock - the most wonderful soft drink in the worldSherbet Fountains - Fizzy sherbert in a yellow cardboard tube with a licorice 'straw' to suck it throughPear Drops - The smell of white board markers always reminds me of these.Bacon - it's so different to Aussie bacon.Oh and as mentioned earlier - PenguinsMilk straight from the cowThings I miss from my teens in OzDecent size wagon wheelsSunny Boys and RazzTip Top cream buns Tarax SarsparillaReal milk - ie not homongenisedRemember when potato chips used to come with a little package of salt in the bag I liked that - usually too much salt on chips for my taste. Only trouble was you usually had to dig down to the bottom of the bag to try to find the salt.
Remember when potato chips used to come with a little package of salt in the bag I liked that - usually too much salt on chips for my taste. Yeah, I'm curious whether anyone knows of currently available potato chips that aren't so damn salty. The only ones I've been able to find are Freedom Foods in the health food section (which are quite good but not very economical since they don't have large bags).
I'm not sure if I remember the taste anymore, it was so long ago, but I think Red Seal chips were pretty good. oh yeah i remember the flavour. real greasy and tomatoey. cheap but pretty tastyoh and does anyone else miss SAO biscuitsI dunno what those things are they sell in the packets with SAO written on them these days but they sure aren't SAO biscuits
I'm curious whether anyone knows of currently available potato chips that aren't so damn salty. The plain (edit: Sea Salt) Red Rock Deli chips seem a lot less greasy and salty than most, and they're damn tasty. I just wish they made a straight chilli chip (their sour cream and chilli doesn't count.. I just want chilli, not the MSG and other crap).
Atomic Tomato chips. Especially the ones with the extra flavour packets. Yes! I loved Samboy chips, and the generosity of having an extra flavor packet that you put in and shaked around, ahh the good 'ol days! Bringin back the memories lol.Edit: although Im sure it wasn't good for the arteries with all that salt haha.
I just wish they made a straight chilli chip (their sour cream and chilli doesn't count.. I just want chilli, not the MSG and other crap). have you tried the Kettle brand chilli chipsi enjoy them heaps more than the chilli and sour cream debacle.
I also miss those Thins Light & Tangy chips.. Another vote for those - they were the best chips. I also liked Tasty Jacks Sweet and Sour (or something like that) which they discontinued. I liked Mashies - they had these at KFC and then took them away after they got me "hooked" (just like Homer Simpson). They bring them back from time to time, but it's too late to wipe away the horror of the time when I put in my order and they told me they were gone. They used to have these good lollies when I was a kid called aniseed squares. They were sort of like licorice but better.
I loved those Vegie chips. I used to be able to get them from my school canteen in primary school. They rocked. They didn't even taste like vegie chips. They were pretty small too. Same thing happened at uni, last semester I used to be able to pick up a bag from the vending machines now they've gone the way of the dodo. Still get my fix whenever I get the cravings and a woolies is near-by.
I rang them up and told them that it appears they are not being flavoured. Haha.. wow, you really must be a fan. I do seem to remember a fair while back thinking that they had taken the heat down a notch or two, which is a shame. I haven't eaten them for a while, so I'll be dissapointed if I find they've been chilli-nerfed again. To put our posts back on topic I'll say that we miss Chilli Kettle chips when they were hotter :-)
To put our posts back on topic I'll say that we miss Chilli Kettle chips when they were hotter :-) Are you sure you are not thinking of Smiths 'Country Kettle' chips They were much hotter from memory then the Kettle chips. They were pulled years ago after a legal dispute over the 'kettle' name - which I found out years later while at uni studying marketing.
there used to be these stone ground corn chips you could buy that had a picture of an indian chief on the cover - best corn chips in the history of everything - but i can't remember what they were called
Damn straight. I miss the big packets that were flavoursome.Yeah, I was just thinking that. Great minds think alike. :) Gahhh.. i just loved eating those and drinking cold water to cool me down. Now i just eat them with no water as they taste like normal non-chilli chips!!!!
there used to be these stone ground corn chips you could buy that had a picture of an indian chief on the cover - best corn chips in the history of everything - but i can't remember what they were called I work at Safeway and im pretty sure i was stacking them a few days ago..
Great thread! Bringing back so many memories.They were talking about this same topic on my local radio station recently, and Pop Tarts and Samboy Atomic Tomato chips were the 'most missed foods'.For those of you who don't have one of those American wholesale places nearby, you can get your Pop Tarts from IGA stores.My most missed food would have to be these chocolate bars - white chocolate on the bottom, pink chocolate on the top. I have no idea what they were called, but goodness me, they were yummy. I used to miss Pinky's too - marshmallow and caramel covered in chocolate - but I found them in Coles a few years ago, and they were nothing like I remember.
1. Four'N Twenty used to have this really good chicken pie, (not the ones they are selling now). I really miss them, they've stopped selling them since about 12-15 years ago.2. Ruffles Chips - I miss the potatoe chips in the old days, they are nice and thick, unlike the really thin ones they make now.3. Cheese flavoured Pringles chips, they only sell shit flavours now. In the USA, they have about 12 flavours, here in Melb they only have about 4. 59ce067264